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American Greed Aiding China

China has a secret weapon. One so devastating, it could even make an invasion of Taiwan possible. What is this secret weapon? American greed. China is building advanced weapons systems using U.S. technology and the Americans who are profiting are looking the other way.

And the consequences could be dire for China’s neighbors. So-called private Chinese companies, such as Pythium Technology are testing hypersonic missiles that could be used by the Chinese Communist Party to invade Taiwan. Here’s more with Chris Chappell on Uncensored China.

China Draws Red Lines Vs. U.S.

The Chinese Communist Party has drawn four red lines for the Biden Administration, positions, it says, that cannot be crossed. This comes as Biden’s China policy remains unclear.

The four demands, imposed by China Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Li, include: 1–End support for Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet; 2–Resume U.S.-China dialogue on all levels; 3–End tariffs on Chinese products and sanctions on Chinese enterprises; and 4–Remove all restrictions on China’s state-run media and cultural entities. Says China Uncensored host Chris Chappell, “I feel like this is cheating. That is way more than four things.” Here’s more with Chappell on the consequences of the demands and Biden’s probable response.

Chinese Communists Disappear?

This Breaking News is still unconfirmed but looks promising. The Chinese Communist Party is being dissolved with the aid of the United States,Taiwan and Chinese forces. President Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping are coordinating this long planned-out operation, which will place Trump back as POTUS where he belongs after his landslide election win on Nov. 3, 2020. More from the Patriot Streetfighter, interviewing CirstenW.

Here, CirstenW explains more of the details of what appears to be a bold move involving Taiwan, the U.S. military and Xi Jinping to take down the Chinese Communist Party. This will either be one of the most dramatic historical events of the past century or one of the most elaborate Internet hoaxes!

 

China Tests Biden

Fake President Biden is getting his first legitimate test from the Chinese Communist Party. Just days into the Biden Administration, China is sounding the war drums by sending warplanes and fighter jets near Taiwan. Many foreign policy experts have questioned what Biden-China relations would look like and the CCP’s encroachment on Taiwan might provide some answers.

Reports describe China’s move on Taiwan as an escalation, dispatching fighter jets and bombers rather than reconnaissance aircraft as has generally been the case. China Uncensored host Chris Chappell noted this is a major challenge to Biden, following President Trump’s unwavering support for Taiwan, ranging from $1.8 billion in weapons sales to high-level diplomatic visits. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo even reframed the entire relationship with Taiwan. But was it really a trap for Biden? Here’s more from Chappell.

Trump’s Surprise For China

Among the surprises in the finals days of the Trump Administration was the declassification of its strategic framework for the Indo-Pacific in an effort to counter the Chinese Communist Party in the region. The plan was written in 2018 by Matthew Pottinger, a former China journalist and Marine Corp officer who later became President Trump’s Deputy National Security Advisor. It was kept secret until the declassification.

The Indo-Pacific region is home to one-third of the world’s economy and nearly two-thirds of the planet’s population. China has been the dominant force in the area, which includes the Asia Pacific region and areas connected by the Indian Ocean. Trump released the plan one week before leaving office in hopes that the incoming administration would use it to quell the CCP’s aggressiveness in the region. Here’s more on the declass from China’s Uncensored Chris Chappell, plus reports on Mike Pompeo’s support for Taiwan and how to tackle the China economy.

The Last Mover Advantage

Google whistleblower Zach Voorhies returns to SGTReport to discuss what he believes is the single biggest sting operation in American history. I pray he’s right.

Pompeo Kills One-China Policy

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has killed the “One-China” policy. Taiwan is happy, Communist China is furious. The decision lifts many previous restrictions on American and Taiwanese relations. Here, TheDuran offers a discussion on this policy, how it might change and whether this change will be upheld by a Biden administration, assuming he takes office.

Speaking of Mike Pompeo, Simon Parkes says the Secretary of State’s stinging criticisms of China and revelations of dark deeds serve more purposes than just keeping the public informed. There are now military teams of the United States in place all around the globe. They are ready at a moment’s notice to strike at enemies of the United States and those domestic forces who have engaged in treason, terrorism and other crimes.

How do you get all these teams synchronized so they strike at the same time. You use Pompeo’s Tweets as comms, falling every half hour, every 10 minutes, every minute, in order and in sequence. So the covert teams in place can not only synchronize their watches, but also have fixed times when they un-open their written instructions and learn what tasks they have been assigned, in what sequences, in what order. So this is a way to get the teams operating in unison and performing tasks that have been kept secret and covert, so as not to alert the criminals.

The first operations, most likely, will be covert. But as we get close to January 20 when a new term is scheduled to begin, we can expect bigger operations that will be done in public, out in the open, although perhaps still with the mass media shut down.

On Monday, a disgruntled employee HACKED the State Department’s website to say that Trump’s term has ended. The Internet responded in a hilarious way. More from Mr. Obvious.

More Power For Xi Jinping

As if Xi Jinping was not already classified a certifiable crazy man, the China Communist Party leader took it up a notch when he awarded himself more war powers and increased control over the Chinese military, courtesy of the revised National Defense Law that went into effect Jan. 1. And, Xi says, he’s using the revision to protect CCP’s development interests ad the country’s economy.

What exactly does that mean? More trouble for the South China Sea, Taiwan and any Biden-China dealings that may arise. The policy shift weakens the role of the State Council in formulating military decisions, handing the newfound power to the Central Military Commission, run by–you guessed it–Xi Jinping. Here’s more from China Uncensored.

It’s How Business Is Done Here

Mark Dice examines the many Hollywood movies and TV shows that are being censored, rewritten or modified to appease the Communist Chinese. Anything that might get a title banned from China is stricken and villains no longer arise from that nation, but rather from smaller neighbors like South Korea. The Chinese exert particular control over signage or symbols pertaining to neighboring territories that the Chinese believe they own, for instance, Tibet, Taiwan or Hong Kong.

 

Best To Get Prepared Now

The Patriot Nurse offers a quick summary of some of the things you should be doing to prepare over the next couple of weeks. Why be prepared? We have an election soon and the Democrats — who sparked metropolitan violence all summer — are likely to lose. Will they accept defeat graciously or launch another round of hardcore violence?

They have also hinted at even more deadly disturbances. Could a new, more virulent form of the coronavirus surface? What about biochemical warfare? Joe Biden in his debate last week made a few references to an impending Dark Winter. This does not bode well.

Besides all these sources for unrest, we also are seeing storm clouds arising in Asia, as the Communist Chinese once again threaten their nations, most visibly, Taiwan.

 

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